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(Bulletin of the World Health Organization[TA])
10,440 results
  • Pandemic risk: how large are the expected losses? [Journal Article]
  • BWBull World Health Organ 2018 Feb 01; 96(2):129-134
  • Fan VY, Jamison DT, Summers LH
  • There is an unmet need for greater investment in preparedness against major epidemics and pandemics. The arguments in favour of such investment have been largely based on estimates of the losses in n...
  • Lessons learnt from implementation of the International Health Regulations: a systematic review. [Review]
  • BWBull World Health Organ 2018 Feb 01; 96(2):110-121E
  • Suthar AB, Allen LG, … Nagata JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although experiences of IHR (2005) implementation covered a wide global range, more documentation from Africa and Eastern Europe is needed. We did not find specific areas of weakness in monitoring IHR (2005); sustained monitoring of all core capacities is required to ensure effective systems. These lessons learnt could be adapted by countries in the process of meeting IHR (2005) requirements.
  • Antibiotic use in poultry: a survey of eight farms in Thailand. [Journal Article]
  • BWBull World Health Organ 2018 Feb 01; 96(2):94-100
  • Wongsuvan G, Wuthiekanun V, … Limmathurotsakul D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Each year in Thailand, many tonnes of antibiotics are probably routinely used in raising chickens for meat. Labels on retail packs of meat should include data on antibiotic use in the production of the meat.
  • Implementation research: reactive mass vaccination with single-dose oral cholera vaccine, Zambia. [Journal Article]
  • BWBull World Health Organ 2018 Feb 01; 96(2):86-93
  • Poncin M, Zulu G, … Ciglenecki I
  • CONCLUSIONS: We found that an early and large-scale targeted reactive campaign using a single-dose oral vaccine, organized in response to a cholera epidemic within a large city, to be feasible and appeared effective. While cholera vaccines remain in short supply, the maximization of the number of vaccines in response to a cholera epidemic, by the use of just one dose per member of an at-risk community, should be considered.
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